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This is Wehrmacht issue explosive Detonator ( Gluhzundapparat ) M1939, which is dated 1940 and waffenampt ( Proof Marking ). This example is Austrian made and was produced by "Schaffler & Co, Vienna". U.K. Sales Only.
This is very good example of a early M1930 gas mask which is in excellent condition. The mask comes with a 1936 dated canister which is named to a Unteroffizier ( Senior Corporal ) Meyer. It has the early FE37 filter which has a nice clear waffenampt ( Proof Marking ) and dated 1939. The canister is maker marked "Prestag" retains most of it's original paint and straps. It also has spare lenses still in their issue packet.
This is a very nice M1938 gas mask which comes with a camouflage canister, where the original owner's personal service number "166" is still clearly visible. The mask is dated 1943 and maker marked "gbv", which identifies the maker as "Ewald Witte & Co" and comes with a FE41 filter which has a faint waffenampt ( Proof Marking ). The canister retains it's original straps which have rubber tabs, which are maker marked "ebd" ( AG Gummiwaren ) and dated 1943. It also has spare lenses still in their original issue packet. The lense storage compartment is also stamped with a faint waffenampt and what looks to be a 1943 date.
This is a good example of a M1938 gas mask, which differs from the M1930 by having a full rubber face. The mask is dated 1943 and has the three letter maker's code "bmw" and comes with a FE41 fitler. The caniser is in good condition retaining nearly all of it's original paint and has spare lenses still in their issue packet. However there is no maker's mark or date stamp.
This is a extremely nice example of a M1930 gas mask which is dated 1940 and has the maker's code "H", which identifies the maker as "Elsterwerdaer Schraubanfabrik". The nose of the gas mask has the original owners personal service number "765". The filter is the FE41 and has a nice clear waffenampt ( Proof Marking ) and dated 1942. The mask comes with 1939 dated canister, which is maker marked "Prestag" and retains nearly all of it's original paint. It also retains it's original webbing straps. It also comes with it's base cloth spring clip and has spare lenses still in their original issue packet.
A extremely nice example of a cavalry issue Y-Straps,w which a very similar pattern was worn by paratroops and the Kriegsmarine. The paratroop examples would be stamped "LBA" and the Kriegsmarine would have the letter "M" for marine. This example has a very faint maker's stamp with a 1942 date. Later examples would not have the protective leather tab.
A set of excellent condition Y-straps, which would have been worn by all branches of the German military. This example are "RB" numbered.
A good example of Y-Strapes, which would have been worn by all branches of the German military. This example have a maker's stamp, however the details of the maker can not be read.
This is a excellent example of a German army Zeltbahn , which could be used as a tent quarter or poncho. This example is in excellent condition with no rips or holes. It retains all of it's buttons and it's guide ropes. It is maker marked and dated 1937. This example retains it's original maker's name, which also gives the original owners army unit, "Johann Weber, 2/pi51 ( Mot )". "2nd Company 51st Pioneer Motorised Regiment". It is extremely rare to find a named Zeltbahn with the owner unit.
A set of auxiliary equipment straps, which could be used to attached various forms of equipment to vehicles, bicycles or pack animals.
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